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The Institute of Animal Technology (IAT) was founded in 1950 and its purpose is to advance knowledge and promote excellence in the care and welfare of animals in science. Representing professional animal technologists both within the United Kingdom and around the world, the IAT has over 2400 members, which includes the vast majority of the UK’s Named Animal Care and Welfare Officers (NACWOs) and operates a register of animal technologists (RAnTech). The IAT acts as the awarding organisation for qualifications to first degree (Level 6) for animal technologists within the UK and overseas, conforming to the recommended education and training standards associated with EU Directive 2010/63. The Institute has developed a clear career pathway, further details of which can be found online.

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